INDIAN RESTAURANT “APNA” OPENS ON STATE

Apna Indian Cuisine has opened at 718 State Street, the former home of Goa Taco (which closed in May), Gandolfo’s New York Delicatessen, Killer B BBQ and Bar, Kozmo’s, California Crisp, and Fat Burger. Some of Goa Taco’s popular dishes live on at Apna including the Paratha tacos, with pesto, pork belly, and tofu. Apna owners/brothers Ninder Josan and Kuldeep Singh operate two other restaurants in California: Tantra in Oak Park and Saffron in Newbury Park. Chef Josan specializes in Indian fusion creates and cooks all the Indian dishes. Seafood will be a future addition to the menu. Thanks to readers Brendan and Cris for the tips!

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One Response to INDIAN RESTAURANT “APNA” OPENS ON STATE

  1. Magnolia says:

    We loved Goa tacos… flavorbombs! The new replacement, Apna has amazing paratha but unfortunately the execution of trying to replicate Goa’s complex flavors is a big fail. It’s as if the new owners didn’t sample/dissect Goa’s food or get their recipes. They cannot compare unfortunately. They also need to buy new patio furniture! And get those recipes!

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